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Old 06-02-2013, 03:11 PM   #1
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I have a GF Rotisserie and make chickens in it quite often. Looking for some variations though to it. I have made it plain, and also added some lemon pepper to it and once made it with dry ranch mix. Any other ways that would be good to fix it?
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Plain then dip into BBQ sauce. Or how about basting it with garlic butter?
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Try basting it with honey mustard. It will give it a great flavor and it is very easy to do.
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Try Canadian Steak rub on it. This is a great way to add some good flavor to it and jazz it up a bit.
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